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  1. Hinako Shibuno wins Women’s British Open on major debut
  2. Bibliography of collectible golf books about golf caddies.
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Hinako Shibuno wins Women’s British Open on major debut

McIlroy says the infrequent urine tests performed by golf's major governing bodies aren't nearly enough to root out any doping cheats who might be looking for an edge on the course. He says blood tests must become part of the regimen "to get in line with the other sports that test more rigorously. McIlroy says he knows of no illicit drug that would help a golfer in all facets of the game.

He calls the threat of doping in golf "pretty low. But he also says that it's easy to beat the current testing program. For example, McIlroy says he could be using human growth hormone "and get away with it. Rory McIlroy has taken aim at Olympic golf, saying he's not even sure he'll watch it on television.

McIlroy spoke Tuesday after a practice round for the British Open. He won't be playing in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, citing health concerns, and it's clear he's not a big fan of the sport even being part of the games for the first time since McIlroy says he's "very comfortable" with his decision not to go to Rio. He also he will "probably watch the Olympics, but I'm not sure golf is one of the sports I'll watch. Asked which sports would get his attention, McIlroy mentioned athletics, swimming and diving.

He called those sports "the stuff that matters. McIlroy goes on to say he didn't become a golfer "to grow the game" — one of the reasons often cited by boosters of Olympic golf as a reason to support their efforts. Open at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio. Foy and Irwin worked together for 15 years. Following his retirement the professional ranks, Foy continued to caddie in the Houston area.

For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Foy earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying. The longtime caddie manager at The Beverly Country Club in Chicago, Tom Gorman is credited with overseeing a caddie program that has produced more Evans Scholars than any other program in the country.

Gorman served as caddie manager at Beverly from the mids until his retirement in , mentoring thousands of young men and women along the way. For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Gorman earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying.

A longtime caddie at famed Pebble Beach Golf Links in California, Scott Houston looped for Arnold Palmer, as well as countless other professional golfers, athletes and celebrities. For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Houston earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying. For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf while serving as president of the Philadelphia PGA Section, Sam Johnson earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying.

The longtime caddie manager at Sunset Ridge in Northfield, Illinois, Greg Kunkel has been a steadfast advocate for caddies and their role in the game of golf. Kunkel began his caddie career at Sunset Ridge Country Club in under the tutelage of the club's longtime caddie manager, Tony Battistello, who himself was inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame in As caddie manager, Kunkel helped shape the lives of thousands of Sunset Ridge caddies, many of whom went on to earn the Evans Scholarship.

For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Kunkel was inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame during a ceremony on May 8, LaCava began his career in looping for his cousin Ken Green before Fred Couples hired him in Macaluso began caddying at Oakmont at age 8 to help his family. Over his storied tenure at the club, he caddied for the likes of Jack Nicklaus and Babe Zaharias during several major championships contested at Oakmont.

He retired from caddying in and died in at age For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Macaluso earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying. A former Olympic athlete, Roger Martinez went on to caddie at more than 20 private clubs and worked alongside legends of the game including Jack Nicklaus. At 34, he became the oldest rookie to sign a contract with the Miami Dolphins. He caddied at 27 different clubs and on seven professional tours. Martinez worked for seven years alongside Jack Nicklaus.

For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Roger Martinez earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying. A native of rural Georgia, McCann grew up picking cotton before caddying at age For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, McCann earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying.

In , he became the first Red Run caddie to earn the Evans Scholarship, and he attended the University of Michigan, where he would later serve as chapter president and captain of the golf team. McMasters was inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame in recognition of his work on behalf of caddies throughout the state of Michigan and across the country. The longtime caddie manager at Butterfield Country Club in Oakbrook, Illinois, Sonny Meike is credited with mentoring hundreds of young men and women — several of whom went on to earn the Evans Scholarship — during his tenure at the club.

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He died in For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Meike earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying. For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Rick Schad earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying. Young began caddying at Saucon Valley Country Club at age Young was loved and revered by members of Saucon Valley and became an icon over his 80 years at the club.

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Jerry Woodard. Inducted in: Aitchison soon was introduced to Lee Trevino for whom he caddied every time Trevino competed in The Open Championship. Atchison died in at age For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Willie Aitchison earned a place in The Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying. The son of a St. Lema went on to win The Open Championship that year and credited Anderson with the victory. Anderson died in at age That began a working relationship between Argea and Nicklaus that spanned more than 20 years.

The two parted ways in Argea died in at age But he also says that it's easy to beat the current testing program. For example, McIlroy says he could be using human growth hormone "and get away with it. Rory McIlroy has taken aim at Olympic golf, saying he's not even sure he'll watch it on television. McIlroy spoke Tuesday after a practice round for the British Open.

He won't be playing in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, citing health concerns, and it's clear he's not a big fan of the sport even being part of the games for the first time since McIlroy says he's "very comfortable" with his decision not to go to Rio. He also he will "probably watch the Olympics, but I'm not sure golf is one of the sports I'll watch. Asked which sports would get his attention, McIlroy mentioned athletics, swimming and diving.

He called those sports "the stuff that matters. McIlroy goes on to say he didn't become a golfer "to grow the game" — one of the reasons often cited by boosters of Olympic golf as a reason to support their efforts. He says his main goal is to win major championships. Jordan Spieth calls his withdrawal from the Olympics "probably the hardest decision I've ever had to make in my life. Spieth says he's a huge supporter of Olympic golf and playing for the United States.

But he says health concerns over the Zika virus led him to sit out the sport's return to the games for the first time since